State Preemption/Agriculture – HB 1197 by Rep. Mike Horner: was passed out of the House Ag and Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee. This bill gives the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services exclusive authority to regulate beekeeping, apiaries… Read More
Recent scientific research by Atmospheric and Environmental Research, a Verisk Analytics company suggests the reason that February is turning cold in Florida relates to snowfall in Siberia last October. No one is really sure how this works yet,… Read More
Recent scientific research by Atmospheric and Environmental Research, a Verisk Analytics company suggests the reason that February is turning cold in Florida relates to snowfall in Siberia last October.
Courtesy of Les Harrison, Wakulla County Extension Director 850-926-3931 Wild mustard and conspicuous winter weeds in pastures only convince me that when purchasing seed for winter grazing…..CERTIFIED SEED…..is worth it. Remember the old adage that “you get… Read More
By Les Harrison, Wakulla County Extension Director 850-926-3931. Thinking ahead to the warmer months in north Florida, hay producers may be facing a new concern for their bermudagrass fields this coming season. Producers need to more close exam-ine… Read More
Have you ever wondered what the inside of a working beehive looks like? Well, your chance to see live bees working and preparing for spring is here. On Saturday, January, 21st at 2:00 p.m., the Wakulla County 4-H… Read More
The Jeff and Kristi Lawhon Family 2011 Wakulla County Outstanding Farm Family Selected by Wakulla Extension and the North Florida Fair.
Vause’s are 2010 Farm Family of the Year for Wakulla The Wakulla News by Jennifer Raymond The 2010 Farm Family: D.R. “Pee Wee” Vause with wife Dalynda and daughter Leah. “I was really surprised and also honored,” Vause… Read More